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Biographical Notes on Robert Roche
Categories of Works - Mexican and Peruvian Indians, Rural South and Dust Bowl, Amish and Mennonites, Famous Americans, People of New England, Thoroughbred Racing, Still Life
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Mexican and Peruvian Indians
Peruvian Dancers
Peruvian Dancers

One of the major characteristics of Roche''s work as it developed over the years was to create series of paintings related in subject matter.

During the 1950's, Roché did a large series of paintings of the Indians of Mexico and Peru. They are powerful, in-depth, life-size watercolors with all the vibrancy, dignity and warmth of the people. A few oils also were done at that time.  
Old Pedro Peruvian Mother and Baby

Man of Morelia

Peruvian Mother and Baby

"Man of Morelia", "Peruvian Indian Mother and Baby", and "Peruvian Dancers" shown here are among the remaining thirty paintings of the very best of this group.

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